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: but eight months later we still don't know what happened. will this giant screw up hurt hillary clinton's chances for the presidency? >> these people politically want to cut his heart out and throw his liver to the dogs. >> bill: dan rather talking about barack obama's enemies. goldberg has analysis about the foes of the president. caution, you are about to enter the no spin zone. the factor begins right now. >> bill: hi, i'm bill o'reilly. thanks for watching us tonight. could be a bad week for president obama and hillary clinton. that is the subject of this evening's talking points memo. three key witnesses are expected to testify on wednesday about the murder of u.s. ambassador christopher stephens and three other americans in benghazi, libya on september 11th. while many americans have no idea what's going on, factor viewers most like know that the obama administration at first told the world the attack was a spontaneous anti--american action. instead, it was a well-planned terrorist attack likely by al qaeda agents. so the testimony this week could be devastating to the obama admin
jones to you, counsel for hillary clinton, to victoria nuland, to mr. kennedy, and i'm going to read from it. when he said his government suspected former gadhafi regime elements carried out the attack attacks, i told him that the group that conducted the attacks ansar al-shariah, is affiliated with islamic terrorists. >> on september 14, a document published, likewise stated, we do know that islamic extremists with ties to al-qaeda participated in the attack. yet rice and other senior u.s. officials far from putting out every piece of information as they got it, continued to press the false narrative. >> our initial information and that includes all information -- we saw no evidence to back up claims by others that this was a preplanned or premeditated attack. >> i wish i could sit here today and tell you that within days, within a week, by september 20 when we came up here we had a clear picture. we did not have a clear picture. >> another newly unveiled e-mail was sent on 9-11 by mark thompson, the operations officer at the state department counterterrorism bureau with the u.s. an
with new state department witnesses they say will undercut hillary clinton's explanation of what went wrong in benghazi. the attack on the benghazi mission started around 9:40 p.m. by 3:00 in the morning ambassador chris stevens and information officer sean smith were dead. but two other americans, former navy seals working as security contractors, did not die until a second full assault at 5:15 a.m. on a cia annex several miles away. six special forces commandos flew in from tripoli but couldn't stop the onslaught. now house republicans have released an interview with gregory hicks, at the time the deputy chief of missions, who said he called for military help from four more special forces operatives in tripoli but was overruled. hicks, a diplomat, not a military officer, said i believe if we had been able to scramble a fighter or aircraft or two over benghazi as quickly as possible after the attack commenced there would not have been a mortar attack on the annex in the morning because i believe the libyans would have split. the pentagon said the commandos had to stay and defend the embass
you just do the political, without some level of work, i mean, gingrich and clinton worked it out. they got some good things done. reagan and tip o'neill fought like cats and dogs on policy, but they found a way to work it out. this kind of stalemate is not good. the people in the country don't want it. i think the party long term could hurt itself with a lot of voters. >> i want to get back to that. i think the republican party has a two-strike goal. reduce the electoral. tactical, maybe strategic. then other part of it is, don't let this president be a hero to anybody. >> well, it's not working, though. >> isn't it? i'm wondering. >> but the voter suppression didn't work. they tried to limit the vote -- >> and the courts came in. yeah. >> but they voted in larger numbers. >> yeah. >> the the black turnout was higher than white turnout in this last election. so -- >> of course, republican courts, too. >> absolutely. because gene, the law is the law. you know? and the constitution is the constitution. so that didn't work. and the idea of making him not a hero to anybody, i don't t
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conflicting evidence from hillary clinton over what really happened the night four americans were killed in benghazi, next. >>> republicans in congress are gearing up for a new set of hearings this week on the benghazi consulate attack. that claimed four u.s. lives. they say new state department witnesses will undercut hillary clinton's explanation of what went wrong. nbc's chief foreign affairs correspondent, andrea mitchell, has that story for us. >> reporter: the attack on the benghazi mission started around 9:40 p.m. by 3:00 in the morning ambassador chris stevens and information officer sean smith were dead. two other americans former navy s.e.a.l.s working as security contractors did not die until a second full assault at 5:15 a.m. on a cia annex several miles away. six special forces commandos flew in from tripoli but couldn't stop the onslaught. house republicans released an interview with gregory hicks the deputy chief of mission at the time and said he called for military help from four more special forces operatives in tripoli but was overruled. hicks a diplomat not a military
, of secretary of state clenton? clinton? do you asigh blame specifically? that administration. in tell us who is the object of your wrath? >> i don't want to it accuse anybody. i do have my suspicions and i do think that i know -- in fact, i know what happened pretty much. i just want somebody to admit it and i don't want them to do this to anybody else mostly. i want our people to be safe when they go to these places that are very, very dangerous they he should have the protection that is necessary to keep them alive. and to do their job. and that hasn't happened. and i'm afraid the people that -- sean is gone but there is others that come after him. i want them to be safe. and that can't be safe if it the same people are in charge. >> geraldo: i have to leave you there. thank you so much for coming on. i really appreciate it. >> you're welcome. >> geraldo: and benghazigate goes from simmer to boil we will hear from congress, former not bad. this tree has deep roots, strong limbs... things are pched and not pinned. nicely done. thboys love it. they are up there day and night. well that might
by using taxpayer funds herself. the 2016 presidential rand paul said hillary clinton should not be allowed to hold future offices. and we're going to have a special pitch to any advertisers who want to reach the fans of the man who is now evolved into an id barely cored by skin. today the birthday of late president harry truman, and don rickels is 87 years old today. and the we judge the news media guilty of shoving trials down our throats for for attractive ratings. >> john: i'm john fugelsang. this is "viewpoint." thank you for joining us this evening. this is a day that the g.o.p. and hillary haters have been waiting for. the house oversight hearings on the 9112012 attacks. later blamed on terrorists with alleged links to al-qaeda. four americans were killed, including two security contractors, and ambassador christopher stevens. at the hearing eric nordstrom who had worked in libya explained what the hearing meant to him. >> it matters to me personally and it matters to my colleagues. >> john: key testimony came from gregory hicks. hicks said he requested an f-16 fighter to be sensed t
: another key question. did president obama and secretary of state clinton do anything wrong? >> did she ask you about the cause of the attack? >> i don't recall that being part of the conversation. will. >> bill: tonight. we have straight talk about benghazi. also, upcoming on the factor, there is a verdict in the jodi arias murder trial. >> guilty. >> bill: and the latest on that horrendous kidnapping in cleveland. caution, you are about to enter the no spin zone. the factor begins right now. >> bill: hi, i'm bill o'reilly. thanks for watching us tonight. very busy news day. we'll have analysis of the jodi arias verdict. she was found guilty of first degree murder. also the latest on the horrendous cleveland kidnapping case. but, first, our lead story tonight the benghazi hearings in washington today. that is the subject of this evening's talking points memo. there is no question, no question at all that the u.s.a. did not protect its ambassador to libya christopher stephens and three other americans who were murdered by terrorists in benghazi last september 11th. so today, the house overs
. and clinton was re-elected, saying he's not going to get anything done for the rest of his term. when president bush lost the house and the senate in 2006, it with us the same thing. look, there's not a lot of legislation that's going to happen. probably between now and 2014. the president has enormous influence in a lot of places outside of legislation. and the idea that anybody has as much constitutional power as the president of united states, is irrelevant -- >> and mary matalin, he's more popular than republicans in congress. >> so what? that's irrelevant. he single-handedly wiped out his congressional majority in the last midterm. he set in place republican dominance at the state level for decades because we picked up so many -- 7,000 legislators and 30 governors, in control of the legislatures in the states, which is the bench -- back bench for rising stars. this cycle, he's going to wipe out his senate, if not the majority. certainly, the critical mass of the majority. >> republicans should have never lost seats in the senate in the last election. and they did. and now, they'r
that the foreign policy plan supported by the late ambassador and former secretary of state of of the clinton must is regarded by president obama for political reasons. he argues the conflict over the afghanistan policy has weakened america's ability to shape policy in south asia and the middle east. this program is about an hour. >> welcome to "after words" and especially vali nasr. it's a treat to see you after a long time away. i did enjoy your book for perhaps different reasons i will go through that but i wanted to thank you very much for coming in today. vali nasr is the dean of the school of the advanced international studies at johns hopkins and the author of the book "the dispensable nation," which i have here, american foreign policy in retreat. vali nasr is an american political commentator, scholar of contemporary islam. he has briefed president, congress, many influential and not so influential people. he was born in tehran in 1960 and his family's can't the united states after the evolution. he has a bachelor's and master's degree from the fletcher school of the diplomacy and earned
about the process. i became interested in this several years ago when i read president clinton had hired a man named mark rich who fled the country to avoid $40 million in income taxes then he got a full pardon on president clinton's last day of office. a short time later it was disclosed that he was still close at giving, i think it was a $400,000 contribution to the president clinton's library. there was a sizable contribution from saudi arabia and others. so i thought it was something that was very much open to abuse. i thought something should be done about it. actually, we passed that bill in the house three times now. >> the bill that you've introduced recently in the house, what is the level that you have to report a contribution. you mentioned foreign counts, would you bill prohibit foreign countries from contributing? >> no, it would just require disclosure so people could see where contributions were coming from because these committees are formed while the presidents are still in office to raise funds while -- or before the president leaves office. there is a real potential fo
it incredible. look at the whole situation -- we're talk act, including my colleague, when secretary clinton and the state department asked for additional funding for embassy security, they all voted no. they all voted no. >> wait, we're getting a little off -- >> come on now. you already admitted to it on cnn. >> i understand there's an issue about security. it's a little bit off the track. i want to try to stay on course here. >> this is the point. they're complaining about a lack of security at the embassies after they voted against the funding for security at the embassies. that's what they're complaining about. a lack of security at the embassies when they all voted to cut $500 million. is that not related? >> the cfo has said in an e-mail -- the chief financial officer for the state department said that finances had nothing to do with the decisions about funding at the facility. the security personnel were paid from the pentagon budget. they weren't paid from the state department budget. this is a facade. it's a distraction. there are four people dead here, chris. >> and i want to talk
: getting to the bottom of benghazi. one witness prepares to point the finger of blame at hillary clinton. this is "special report." >> bret: good evening. i'm bret baier. although still a day and a half away, wednesday's congressional hearing on the benghazi terror attack is shaping up as a direct assault on the obama administration's handling of the crisis and could reverberate into the next presidential campaign. much of the verbal are a tier larry will be directed at former secretary of state and perspective presidential candidate hillary clinton. chief washington correspondent james rosen tells us what we know right now. >> i directed our response from the state department and state in close contact with officials from across our government. >> in the early hours of the benghazi crisis, a state department whistleblower will soon tell congress secretary clinton and under secretary of state for management kennedy tried to cut the department own department bureau out of the reporting and decision-making. >> what would have been her motivation for doing that. >> if you wanted it so seem
. i don't want to do any speculation. all right? expect that hillary clinton, first of all will be damaged by tomorrow's testimony? >> well, i think based on what we know so far, the preliminary stuff we have gotten as to what these whistle blowers behalf say tomorrow, i think hillary clinton is, in fact, a central figure in the scandal, if not the central figure in the scandal. three quick reasons. one, she, or her department, turned down repeated requests for security leading up to the attack even though benghazi was a long-time terrorist strong hold. repeated attempts against our compound there before the september 11th attack. secondly on the night of the attack, there is word from one of these whistle blowers, bill, that she actually cut out the state department's counter terrorism unit. they deny that. we will see what the testimony. >> bill: by cut out she didn't keep them informed. >> she actively eliminated them from the chain of information and command. that would be huge. and then she was awol the rest of the night when americans were under fire. and the third po
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as required by law were appointed by secretary clinton and cochaired the accountability review board investigation. we asked them to testify about their investigations and findings. they refused and our minority said nothing. >> ambassador thomas pigering cochaired that review board and joins us from the state department. i wanted to clear up, first of all, whether or not you are willing to testify, contrary to what chairman issa has claimed. >> yes, i'm willing to testify. i made that clear yesterday. the white house i understand made that clear to mr. issa. he decline. i don't know the reasons for that, made some statement about perhaps sometime later we could come, but i was very interested in being there, because i thought the testimony this morning might be important with respect to the accountability review board and its work. >> you interrued gregory hicks who testified emotionally today, the deputy chief of mission, the last person who we know of to speak to ambassador stevens, and stevens said to him on the phone we are under attack. he still believes, according to the defen
clinton. p.j., what a pleasure to have you back. >> thank you john. >> john: is president obama trying to smudge that red line that assad was trying to cross and if he is, what could that do to u.s. credibility as it tries to manage adversaries like iran and north korea? >> as the president said, we have to be prudent and get our facts right. take some time to sort through this. he's absolutely right about that. i think i prefer to have him on the other side of the line where to acknowledge that chemicals have been used in the battlefield in syria. regardless of whether it is by the assad government or the rebels and be leading a conversation about how do we make the weapons more secure so they can't be used or they can't be stolen. >> john: in other words you're saying this is a president unwilling to commit troops to war on inadequate intelligence. >> well, i think a lot of people have interpreted the red line as meaning that we have to take military action. i think there are still some prettiual prerogatives here. one of the most urgent requirements is to break the logjam within the
kissinger jokes about hillary clinton's 2016 prospects. >> became president. and that sort of started focusing my mind. i want to tell hillary when she misses the office, she looks at the history of secretaries of state, there might be hope for a fulfilling life afterwards. >> good day, i'm andrea mitchell live in washington, the students accused of interfering with evidence linked to the deadly boston bombings will all be appearing in court over the next few weeks. meanwhile, investigators continue to examine the recovered items taken by these men from dzhokhar tsarnaev's dorm room. joining me justice correspondent, pete williams and micele isikoff in boston. >> the legal implications of what happened and what the charges are against these three. >> the government draws a distinction between the actions that the two kazakh students took and the action that the american citizen took. say all three went to the dorm room of dzhokhar tsarnaev the night of fbi put out the pictures of the three. but before we get to that, i think it's important to say something that was buried in a footnot
republican's effort to tar president obama and hillary clinton. with us is clint van zandt and craig melvin and late today we got new details of the horrific details of the women held in cleveland. >> we've had confirmation that they were bound and there were chains and ropes in the home. >> chains and ropes. chief police described it more. >> the statements from the suspect and the victims, there was no evidence to indicate that any of them were ever outside in the yard in chains without clothing or any other manner. in fact, the evidence we've obtained thus far indicates that in the last decade they've only been allowed outside of the home on two occasions and that was only briefly. >> the police report reveals that the victims told police with rapes, multiple pregnancies, miscarriages and beatings which led to, apparently, some miscarriages. neighbors say there were warning signs of trouble at the castro home. jeff rossen spoke with two neighbors. >> reporter: this man says in 2011 a neighbor saw a woman holding a child in the house and banged on the window for help. >> i called the cops
-- okay. >> clinton had to do it. trying to get welfare reform. reagan had to do it. >> he signed a republican -- >> why are you so hellbent on giving this president a pass? >> i'm just not giving you one. i'm not going to give you nothing. the fact is, michael, you tried to slip one past me. >> i'm not slipping one past you. >> bill clinton because he was running for re-election had to sign on to a pretty conservative welfare reform bill he wouldn't have written himself. right before the '96 election. it was a republican bill, first of all. this president is trying to get republicans to meet him in the middle. >> which he vetoed three times and finally came to the table on it. the reality of it is -- >> my point. >> -- this president needs to do less excuse making and whining than leading. that's what he needs to do here. >> congress controls the pursestrings under our constitution. it's controlled by the tea party republicans. boehner is sort of like their chief waiter up there. he sort of serves the tea party. >> then why do we need democrats in congress at all? >> he can't do
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to be hillary clinton. once the clinton machine gets rolling, i do not think there is anybody out there that can stop her. i was a democrat for a long time. i'm so tired of the two-party system because neither one of them can get anything done. right now, i do not know who the independent candidate will be. i will definitely be supporting the independent candidate could as far as the republican side, i have been following politics for a long time. it amazes me that republicans cannot run a moderate grade when they do run a moderate, they do not support him. host: you bring up the democratic side. you say hillary clinton is a far and away favorite. why don't you think the vice president has a chance in that race? caller: i'm not saying he doesn't have a chance. i'm just saying if you look personally believe if jill could run again, he would probably get reelected. it's just that they have such an organization. i have to say, with the democrats, they put on a hell of a ground game last year with the president. i just do not think -- like the first caller said, woman president is going to be an att
of ambassador chris stevens. he was praised by president obama and secretary of state hillary clinton for his performance. bill: and response either came or did not come and for what reason? >> reporter: there has been present back and forth about whether military resources could have gotten there perhaps to stop the second wave of the attack. we heard there were special forces ready to get on a plane to go to benghazi to help their colleagues who were under attack. the pentagon said it is not possible. some lawmakers say how can the pentagon know that if they didn't know how long the attack was going to last. expect a lot of back and forth on that and whether the military resources were in geographic proximity to help the americans in need. ambassador thomas pickering led the review of the the benghazi attack. >> our board felt nothing could have been done to relieve the initial attack. subsequent attacks took place beginning midnight but died out within an hour. i think within those time frames nothing could have been done. >> reporter: you can expect plenty of discussion about throws famou
go to 2016 and the impact this is going to have on hillary clinton. i'm sure there are quite a few republicans that want to make sure the truth gets out. right now she is the one to beat. >> aside from the talking points , the changes, the big question that will be asked on wednesday, greg, is going to be about whether or not there was a stand down orders. i mentioned gregory hicks. let me read to you what he said. the lieutenant colonel gibson who is the south africa commander, his team was on their way to the vehicle to go to the airport and get on the c-130 when he got a phone call from south africa command that said you can't go now. you don't have authority to go now. they missed the flight. the question of whether or not the white house or anybody in washington at the state department knew that this was happening at the time and that there was help available, the question is did somebody say to the help, you are not allowed to go? >> who knows? maybe they just figured they were self-radicalized. you know? i think it was obvious it was a political decision made by politicians.
clinton to assure the benghazi facility security. fox news chief washington correspondent has our report. >> and directed our response from the state department and stayed in close contact with officials from across our government. >> reporter: in the early hours of the crisis, the state department whistle-blower will send tell congress secretary clinton and undersecretary of state for management tried to cut the department's own counter-terrorism bureau out of the chain of reporting in decision making. what would have been her motivation for doing that, do you believe? if you wanted it to seem like it was in terrorism, keeping in out of the room allows you to play with this false truth that somehow it was a video, the same as the protests in egypt which, of course, from the get go everyone knew just wasn't true. >> reporter: the whistle blower is a former marine and longtime senior officer in staged counter terrorism bureau. fox news is one another official in the san bureau voiced the same complaint about clinton and kennedy back in october. congressman allies to cummings of maryland,
in the environment now verses watergate now verses the clinton scandal. now verses iran-contra. that is maybe zero will, economic environment is pretty good. less interest than trying to do anything that would is distraught that. compound that. what do you make of this economic environment that is more sound than it was four decades ago? >> we learned one thing about scandal over the past four decades. when the economy is bad, scandal will stick. it will stick like velcro. when the economy is good, it is very difficult. more like teflon. that is what helped bill clinton. neil: thank you very much. in the meantime, what if i told you the thing that saves this president from a growing scandal is not the economic thing and all. it is his wife. to not desist the power of michele obama. history proved the significant other can make a significant difference. then how facebook s starting you by offering, well, big deals that target. the retail game changes that will have you rethinking how you shop. ♪ at od, whatever business you're in, that's the business we're in with premium service like one of the
a president or around the secretary of state. secretary clinton, certainly, had her insiders. every secretary of state has. every president has. and sometimes they consult with the professionals, and sometimes they don't. >> guest: right. >> host: exactly. and sometimes the principles they operate on don't upset anything -- >> guest: that's right. >> host: think about the election. there's always an election coming. think about interest groups that you don't want to aggravate. it makes, it adds that layer which is very difficult to deal with. so let's start with some of these very basic questions if we can. >> guest: sure, please. >> host: you talk a lot about the different influences. there's the military, it's feeding into this picture and the professional diplomatic corps and the friends of the president and his advisers, and you have the intelligence community and certainly i have some choice bits to say about the cia. i'll come back to that, i have a question or two there. and the vice president who also, especially in this administration and in the last one, the bush administration, has
conversation earlier today with former president bill clinton and philanthropist bill gates on shaping america's financial future. >> there was a report just out yesterday. heritage foundation said 6.3 trillion in new spending and entitlements, as well as social programs will be sucked out of the american budget, if you will, if comprehensive immigration reform is passed. >> i disagree. for one thing, it shows only the down side and the worst case down side scenario. >> more from president clinton why he is optimistic that reform will pass despite the heritage foundation's claim that $600 trillion will be added to the deficit. plus what both men said when i asked about the 2016 presidential race. [ phil ] when you have joint pain and stiffness... accomplishing even little things can become major victories. i'm phil mickelson, pro golfer. when i was diagnosed with psoriatic arthritis, my rheumatologist prescribed enbrel for my pain and stiffness, and to help stop joint damage. [ male announcer ] enbrel may lower your ability to fight infections. serious, sometimes fatal events including infecti
also served in the clinton administration. i was an intern in the carter administration. so i served in a lot of different administrations as a career diplomat. caller: did you ever explained to the president what the heart of secretary and violence s? i do not think the president was aware of a sunni, and what the asis of the conflicts are. this is lack of knowledge. also, these countries were created by the british and the french after world war i when they defeated the ottoman empire, and they created the countries for their own self interests. it paid no attention to tribal alliances. they had product -- problems almost immediately. iraq was never a nationstate. i am looking for you to impart knowledge, not to get generalities. what is the heart of the problem? what is the cause of the problem question mark make -- problem? make the american people understand this is religion. host: let's get a response. guest: you make some good points. disagree with some. one of the principal causes, not the only one, is religious differences. you have had a faction of shia islam led by the ass
turned directly to hillary clinton. a lot of democrats are trying to undo her for 2016 already and bill clinton saying let's stop talking about 2016. i think he is recognizing making her too big of a target. you have wiretapping? >> i do. >> easier for the feds to wiretap us. they can can go into our e-mails and instant messages. >> instant messages? >> you should see the snap chats willie sends me. good lord. >> as long as you stay away from the snap chats. >> willie, you need to stop. my daughter saw one of those. >> they disappear. >> poof shroom. >> but not before i'm disturbed. >> why would they create a technology like that, willie? we will talk about that later too. vladimir putin, did you see how rude he was to john kerry? >> we will get to that. we had a great time in philadelphia last night. we thank the folks there to the philadelphia free library. >> newfound woman for three young woman who were held captainive and kidnapped in a cleveland home. the three vanished between august of 2002 and april of 2004 in separate incidents. they were between 14 and 20 years old. on monday
to all the justices or you -- >> to everyone. >> did president clinton do that? >> we were at yale together so i knew him better. in recent years, they stop. the president-elect will stop by and shake hands with the members of the court and meet us as a group. >> do you see, obviously, you and president obama have different opinions on things. do you have any common ground on things with him that you could share with us? >> i have -- >> do you want to take the fifth? >> that's hard to say. what common ground did i have with president bush, 43. i'm not into politics. i don't like politics. i do my job. i have common ground with some of the appointees say with justice ginsberg or justice kagan. we're doing the same thing. but as politics, i just don't do politics. i don't like politics. >> do you avoid intention talley in terms of media, a lost judges don't keep up with the news the way they did when they were practicing law. >> i don't like politics. i'm just done. i like history, i like things of substance. i don't understand politics. i don't understand scuba diving. you know, whe
, the next presidential election is still three years away. it already seems as though that hillary clinton is the party's front runner. new poll shows 65% of democrats would vote for her in the primary. some are begging her to run. >> i pray that hillary clinton decides to run for president of the united states. [ applause ] >> let's set aside for the moment the fact that she is a woman. as a person, she will be the most qualified person to enter the white house in modern history. >> laura: republicans say she is absolutely the wrong person for the job. >> the person in charge of the state department never read any of the cries for help. any of the pleas for help. her department denied the request for enhanced security and dereliction of duty and should preclude her holding any position where she had been in that kind of authority again. >> with me now is democratic strategist margie omaro. i'm looking at the polls. hillary clinton is blowing the field away. i can't believe we're already talking about the presidential election. but just got over the last one. she is way off. and joe biden
that on the night of the benghazi attack then secretary of state, hillary clinton, tried to remove our counter bureau out of the chain of decision making. that's the first piece of evidence proving the administration intended from day one to suppress the notion that this was a coordinated terrorist attack. the second highest ranking official on the night of the attack, that's greg hicks. he served a a foreign service diplomat for 20 years. he knew it was an act of terror, quote, from the getgo. in addition, he said his jaw hit the floor when he turned on the television and saw ambassador susan rice saying this on one of the five sunday shows. >> our current assessment is that what happened this benghazi was initially a spontaneous reaction to what transpired hours before in cairo. almost a copycat of the demonstrations against our facility in cairo, which were prompted, of course, by the video. >> this was not a preplanned, premeditated attack. what happened is it was a spontaneous reaction what had just transpired in cairo. >> she did not independently decide to appear on those shows nor did
the republican spot light returns to the benghazi tragedy. expect fireworks with hillary clinton a target even though she won't be there. some republicans accuse the obama administration as a water gate-type cover up. republicans take issue with claims that the terror attack was sparked by a video. >> when secretary clinton told family members we are going to prosecute the guy who made that video. how could she have possibly said that? >> senator brown's facebook page reads the dam is about to break on benghazi. let's bring in republican strategist and former dot spokes woman and chicago tribune correspondent. vermont democrat peter welch says this is all about politics. if it is a fair minded question of what we could do better on security, that would benefit us all. but if it is intended to embarrass the president or perhaps hillary clinton then it will be damaging no matter who the next secretary of state is or who the next president is. is he right? >> of course. it's not entirely politics nor is it entirely not politics nor was the initial response not politics totally or all politics. i
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